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Online guide to offbeat American tourist attractions. Includes profiles on the world's largest roadside attractions, weird landmarks and museums dedicated to specific oddities.
|Barnum Museum, The|
Museum devoted to the life and times of famed entertainer P.T. Barnum. Featured exhibits include personal artifacts from P.T. Barnum's life and career to rare antiques from the New England Victorian era.
|Devil's Rope Museum|
Features largest collection of barb wire artifacts and historical pieces in the world. Includes FAQ, facts, and visitor's guide. Located in McLean, Texas.
|International Clown Hall of Fame Museum|
Highlights the art and history of clowning. Visitor's guide, membership application, inductee profiles, and resource links. Located in Milwaukee, WI.
|International UFO Museum|
Dedicated to UFO sightings from around the world, particularly focused on the Roswell, New Mexico UFO conspiracy.
|Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum|
Collection of historical and modern oddities such as arcade machines, sideshow wonders, automatons and other curiosities.
|Museum of Bad Art|
Museum dedicated to the collection, preservation and exhibition of bad art in all its forms.
Museum hosted by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia which showcases the history of anatomy and human medical anomalies. Features rare collections of human bones, anatomical castings and preserved organs.
|National Hobo Museum|
Collection of artifacts dedicated to the hobo lifestyle.
|National Museum of Funeral History|
Institution that educates the public and preserves the rich heritage of the funeral industry.
|Ripleys Believe It or Not Orlando Odditorium|
Learn how you can explore amazing mysteries and hear a message from Robert Ripley himself. Open 365 days a year. Includes information about location and museum hours.
Dedicated to the canned meat product made famous by popular culture. Offers fun facts and visiting information.
|Vent Haven Museum|
Museum dedicated to the art of ventriloquism, ventriloquial figures and memorabilia.
|Woodem Nickel Historical Museum|
View wooden nickels by theme, take a tour through the museum, and read about the history of this form of United States currency.